Zestoretic

What is Zestoretic?

Lisinopril/hydrochlorothiazide (trade name Prinzide by Merck & Co., Zestoretic by AstraZeneca, and many others) is a combination of the drugs lisinopril, an ACE inhibitor, and hydrochlorothiazide, a diuretic. It is used to control hypertension.

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black vomit and stool***LONG WITH DETAILS BUT PLEASE, PLEASE READ***

AGE. 41
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HX. HTC, HEP C-was treated for 41 weeks and told it was cured,...

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Hi XXXXXX,
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I do understand your position and the fact that he has coffee ground coloured vomtus means that this a serious...

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my mother is 87 years old and recently suffered a minor stroke that left no problems.She was already taking carvepen,zestoretic,lescol and aflen...

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In patients who had thrombosis like previous myocardial infarction or stroke (cerebral infarction), the INR needs to be maintained at a higher...

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